Stoneware clay wheel thrown, coated with a fine slip and burnished to a high shine, then bisqued to cone 06. An Iron solution is sprayed to give the golden color, Then the pieces are fired in a raku kiln, the hot pieces are removed from the kiln and pieces of horsehair are applied, leaving the black squiggly lines. Each bowl has a wire attached for hanging. Photo by Jim Dalton.
Handmade stoneware tile 6" x 6' coated with iron compound, then fired in saggar with native pine needles, and mounted in a custom made shadow box 10" x 10" with mounting wire on back for hanging. Photo by Jim Dalton,
Here is a close up detail of how wire is attached to the back of all our wall pieces, allowing them to be displayed flat on a table, standing up in a plate rack, or hanging on a wall. Photo by Jim Dalton
Stoneware clay handmade tiles, handcarved then bisqued to cone 06, Sprayed with turquoie glaze, then fired in a downdraft gas kiln in reduction atmosphere and mounted in a shadowbox. They may be displayed horizontally or vertically. Photo by Jim Dalton